American states mandating that the value of pi is 4
By default, you’ll see a message for every sound you create with the exact time the sound was triggered.
This is very useful for debugging your code and understanding what your code is doing.
Think of it like a very basic version of Word or Google Docs.
The editor will automatically colour words based on their meaning in the code.
You never know, your idea might be the next big feature!
If you feel that there’s something missing, do let me know and I’ll consider it for a future version.
Here are some suggestions: live_loop :guit do with_fx :echo, mix: 0.3, phase: 0.25 do sample :guit_em9, rate: 0.5 end # sample :guit_em9, rate: -0.5 sleep 8 end live_loop :boom do with_fx :reverb, room: 1 do sample :bd_boom, amp: 10, rate: 1 end sleep 8 end Now, keep playing and experimenting until your curiosity about how this all actually works kicks in and you start wondering what else you can do with this. This is the area where you’ll write your code and compose/perform music.